Charlotte Hornets players dressed as superheroes for a visit to a children's hospital.

It’s always cool to see athletes taking the time to visit kids in hospital, and members of the Charlotte Hornets put a great Halloween twist on that Thursday. Athletes in costumes are always fun, and swingman Dwayne Bacon, center Frank Kaminsky, guard Malik Monk and forward Cody Zeller went to Charlotte’s Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital along with the Hornets’ mascot, and dressed as superheroes:

Seven-footers Zeller and Kaminsky particularly stand out in their Superman and Batman costumes. It’s impressive that they were able to find ones that fit; that’s a much taller version of Batman versus Superman than we’ve ever seen on movie screens. Kaminsky also posted a video with him doing a pretty great Christian Bale as Batman voice:

It’s cool to see these players taking part in this, and neat that they found a creative way to hopefully cheer up some sick kids.

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